Easiest Appetizer EVER – Cream Cheese & Olive Crescents

This recipe is so easy, it’s almost embarrassing……..I don’t even know if I should call it a recipe.

Yesterday I wanted to make something super yummy for my daughter and I for lunch (my 2-year old loves olives).  I was kind of in a comfort food sort of mood (what’s new, right?) and this is what I came up with and boy was it good!!

Cream Cheese & Olive Crescents
Ingredients:
1/2 brick cream cheese
Marinated olives, chopped – I used an olive muffaleta spread, but olive tapenade would work well
1 package crescent rolls


Directions:
 
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20 Comments

  1. Like it. And I’m gonna try it, too. Thanks for giving this pregnant (whale) woman another craving! Olives, must have olives….

  2. I love it! I will definitely try your recipe! Look yummy!
    🙂 Julie

  3. That sounds absolutely completely delicious!!

  4. Those look delightful! I’m going to star this so I can make them next time we have our home group over. I came by from New Friend Friday

  5. Popping in from New Friends Friday… those look delicious!!

  6. Wow, those look good!

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    Have a great weekend!

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    Stop by some time!
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    Those look wonderful! I am always looking for new recipes. Thanks!

  8. That looks like a fab, easy, and tasty recipe. Wish I had some right now…people are on their way over!

    Stopping by from TGC blog hop. Come visit when you have a chance. New follower.

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    Holly

  9. Your blog is SO cute! And so is that ruffle dress you made. I’m a new follower through New Friend Friday so HI! I hope you’ll hop over and say hi.

    Anna

  10. Hi there! Just popping in to follow your blog on Friday Follow. Hope you can visit mine!

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  11. Can I just say..YUMMY!! Love anything with cream cheese…or olives!! Awesome blog you have..I’ll be checking in often!

    Visiting from Friday Follow…I’m now following! Love for you to come visit me!

    Have a great weekend 🙂
    ~Shelley @ Shelley’s Swag

  12. looks yummy and delicious! i think i’m going to try with chopped up pickles and maybe ham instead of olives…thanks for the idea!

    and i like the wording on the pictures. its easier to follow along if you’re not concentrating on “is the caption above or below the picture?”

  13. Wow, this looks delicious!!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and your comments about my wreath, I was pretty pleased with it as well!

    Have a great weekend!

  14. Your tutorial rocks and the appetizer sounds and looks delicious. Great job with the text in the pics, too.

    Thanks for linking up with Friday Follow and so glad you joined in this week! I am now your blog follower. See you again next Friday.

    ~ Lynn
    http://www.middayescapades.com

  15. Yum! Isn’t it amazing what awesomeness you can create with cream cheese and crescent rolls? I haven’t tried this combo but will be for sure. Thanks for sharing! Have a blessed week.

  16. Yummy yummy This looks so good and easy!

  17. These look very tasty! I love olives too, no one else in my family does, but I love all kinds of them!

  18. The looks yummy! Now I want some but it’s 11pm! Off to the market in the morning! The tutorial is great!

  19. My mind has officially been blown. I’m serious. This is the most brilliant thing I’ve seen in a long time!!! I HAVE to make these for Easter, my dad would flip for them!!

    THANK YOU!

  20. hahaha I see that you’ve also made the olive cheese bread. That’s how I know my dad would go crazy for your recipe here – he went completely nutso over the bread when I made it. He literally couldn’t stop talking about it!